Friday, July 03, 2009

Are You Serious?

This should help me get a job!
Police investigating a prostitution ring in Chester County relied on two customers, including the dean of Villanova Law School, to provide information that culminated last week in a no-contest plea by the man promoting the business, documents show.
Mark A. Sargent, who was appointed dean in 1987, resigned suddenly Monday, citing personal and medical reasons.
Medical reasons, eh? Couldn't afford condoms on that dean's salary?
In 2004, Sargent authored an article in the Villanova Law Review titled "Lawyers in the Moral Maze," which focuses on why corporate lawyers often engage in behavior that violates their own ethics.
In my limited experience, writing about legal ethics is a sign of being grotesquely unethical. I think actually ethical people find doing the right thing so intuitive as to be a dull topic.

I can't get away from the johns. That's right! I went from a school where the professors solicit prostitutes to a school where the dean does it. Where do I go from here? Get an LLM directly from a prostitute?


At 2:50 PM, July 03, 2009 , Anonymous Nick Milne said...

LLM had better be some sort of euphemism

Or maybe

it had better not


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